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January 12, 2017 at 1:53 am in reply to: eStore – Paypal showing a different amount & shipping add on #74456
I am having the same issue. If I add more than one item to the shopping cart, the cart shows the correct shipping amount and PayPal shows a higher shipping amount.
For example, I have base shipping of $1.95 in the WP eStore settings. Shipping for books is $1.00. The intention is that one book costs $2.95 to ship, two books costs $3.95, three books costs $4.95, etc. If I add one book to the cart, both the cart and PayPal show shipping of $2.95. If I add a second book to the cart, the cart shows $3.95 and PayPal shows $6.90. PayPal has added $2.95 to the shipping amount for no apparent reason.
I am not using PayPal profile shipping. To see the problem, go to [http://blessingsbyroland.com/store/] and add multiple books to the cart. To keep things simple, use books. Other items have different shipping rates and exhibit the same issue.
Btw, I have made the modification referred to in another post where I have commented the line $myPaypal->addField(‘handling_cart’, $shipping); in estore_payment_submission.php and uncommented the line immediately after it. This resolved the problem of the shipping being duplicated in PayPal, however, there is still obviously a problem with the values being passed to PayPal.February 21, 2015 at 4:24 am in reply to: Connect PayPal subscription to affiliate for recurring commission #68688
Thanks for the response. In this case, I know the referral came from this particular affiliate because that’s the only way the client would have known about my service. The affiliate did use her link, but for whatever reason, it didn’t register when the client signed up. It could be for any of several reasons, but my guess would be that they signed up from a different computer than they received the link on and went directly to the site without using the affiliate link on the second machine. Not a far-fetched scenario at all. I’ve had the same thing happen when I’ve been an affiliate and referred someone to a product via my affiliate link.
In any case, I’ll try the add-on and thanks for the pointer to that.January 15, 2014 at 3:32 am in reply to: Exclude Pending Members from Directory Listing of profile extended addon? #60323
Excellent, thank you.
Great, thanks very much.
@nur: as stated above I was using v8.7.3. I’ve just upgraded to 8.7.8 and the lines you cited are indeed there. I had thought I had updated the plugin recently, but obviously I was mistaken.
Thanks to all for the help.
Okay, I just found and looked through api/create.php. Nowhere in that code do any fields except the minimum appear. It does not appear to recognize any of the address fields, phone, etc.
Thanks, @mbrsolution. I have seen that page before.
@admin: I’m using v8.7.3. I tried adding those fields to the CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS parameter without success. I’m assuming that the API is looking for $_POST values similar to the database field names, e.g. “address_street”, “address_city”, etc. Is that not correct?
Thanks for the pointer to eMember_misc_functions.php. That’s very helpful.
Thanks for the response. I currently have the expiry set to 30 minutes. I will have to test with 1 minute to see if there are any issues with that. This page is a questionnaire with several required fields. If they click the Submit button and have missed a required field, the page refreshes (I think), which would be a problem with a 1-minute expiry. I believe the form has the ability to submit via Ajax which may solve the problem. In any case, I know what to look for now.
It still would be nice to have the ability to expire the cookie on demand for situations like this where it will take the buyer a variable amount of time to fill out the form and submit it. “Expire on successful submit” would be ideal.
Thanks, that’s exactly what I was looking for.May 23, 2011 at 5:34 pm in reply to: Subscribe by email to 1ShoppingCart autoresponders? #32135
My apologies for the delay in responding. I’ve been doing some further testing with the client to verify her original report. As it turns out, the simple modification to the AWeber routine did not work contrary to what she had originally reported. We’ve been back and forth with 1SC support and have so far not gotten anything helpful.
For now, she has implemented an alternative solution which is to include an opt-in form on her thank-you page with an incentive to register for future updates, etc.
I’ll get back to you if I can ever get 1SC to share some documentation.
JohnMay 14, 2011 at 10:56 pm in reply to: Subscribe by email to 1ShoppingCart autoresponders? #32133
It worked. All I changed was the first two lines of the function:
$subject = "1ShoppingCart Automatic Sign up email";
$body = "nnThis is an automatic email that is sent to 1ShoppingCart for member signup purposen".
The rest of the function worked without modification.
JohnMay 13, 2011 at 2:48 pm in reply to: Subscribe by email to 1ShoppingCart autoresponders? #32132
Great, thanks, Amin. I’ll give that a shot and let you know how it works out.May 10, 2011 at 5:52 pm in reply to: Subscribe by email to 1ShoppingCart autoresponders? #32130
Here’s what I’ve been able to find:
There isn’t much there of a technical nature. All I know is that I can send a blank email to a 1SC autoresponder and it will subscribe me as long as that option is turned on on the autoresponder in 1SC. I believe there’s a 1SC WP plugin which could be reverse-engineered, but really, it doesn’t appear to be any more complicated than sending an email with standard headers.
I know AWeber has the ability to set up a specific parser, however, their default parser seems to work just fine. Again, I can send a blank email to a list on which I haven’t set up a specific parser and it works fine.May 8, 2011 at 4:45 am in reply to: Subscribe by email to 1ShoppingCart autoresponders? #32128
If I send a blank email to a 1ShoppingCart autoresponder like the following:
I get back a return email with a confirmation link in it. If my name is in my email address, (e.g. John Sawyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> )it picks that up, too. The return email is addressed “Dear John”.
Similarly, if I send a blank email to an AWeber list like the following:
I get a similar return email requesting confirmation. I realize AWeber has the ability to pull additional information from submitted emails if a template is created in AWeber, but all that’s needed is a blank email with a valid return email address in the format cited above.
So, in that regard, the signup techniques are the same.